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Written well before Russia’s recent invasion, this 2020 profile of Ukraine, by Bennett Murray, provides context to the often-raised issue of fascism in the country.
Khin Ohmar and Toby Lanzer explore the complex trade-offs made by humanitarians working under repressive regimes.
Villagers in the Indian state of Odisha are fighting a major steel plant development, in the face of intense repression – yet again. Aritra Bhattacharya reports.
Could social reformer Iris Xiomara Castro overturn Honduras’ reputation for authoritarian governance and corruption? Richard Swift weighs up the possibilities.
A message to the powers that be in Buenos Aires – with a song and a dance. Virginia Tognola joins in.
Laughter has become a risky business, observes Nilajana Bhowmick.
Leo Sakamoto laments the dawn of the climate era – and worries for the fate of the most vulnerable.
Europe has a dark history of policing Roma women’s wombs. Cyrine Sinti investigates attempts to redress forced sterilization in the Czech Republic.
Yaron Matras examines the evolution of language and culture during the Roma’s 1,000 year journey from the Indian sub-continent to modern day Europe.
Conrad Landin travels to the Czech Republic to chronicle a death untold.
For so long subject to ‘the tyranny of strangers’, Zoe Holman explores the ongoing appetite for change in Iraq.
Two themes loom over the announcement that the UK is launching trade talks with India – farmers and Big Pharma, says Jean Blaylock.
Norway’s new left-leaning prime minister is a product of Europe’s neoliberal discontent, argues Richard Swift.
Jason Hickel shines a different light on a catastrophe that killed three million Indians.
A hard-line regime in Greek refugee camps is making life harder for the migrants within them, as well as aid workers who want to help. Sebastian Skov Andersen and Gabriel Geiger report.
Palestinians continue to be brutalized in Israeli jails, despite international criticism. Kasturi Chakraborty speaks to prisoners’ families about their struggles.
Bethany Rielly speaks to the campaigners who risked jail time to drive weapons manufacturer, Elbit Systems, out of their town.
Moushumi Basu reports from Assam, India, on the people turning to traditional ‘home grown’ strategies to keep their communities fed and deal with the uncertainty of climate change.
Highly networked rightwing students, acting with political patronage, are stifling academic freedom, writes Sruti Bala.
Mamady Doumbouya, the latest snout at Guinea’s trough.
Germany may have committed to phasing out coal but that hasn’t stopped mine expansion plans which threaten two villages. Paul Krantz and Leo Frick report.
A growing number of women are going against the stream in India, writes Nilanjana Bhowmick.
Graeme Green speaks to the Chilean author about her inspiration and the power of fiction as a useful history teacher.
Ritu Mahendru speaks to Afghan aid organizations who claim international sanctions are making it harder to feed people in a country on the edge of famine.
Nanjala Nyabola on how Nairobi’s young lovers have claimed the city’s public spaces.
An intimate 7-minute video portrait shares a stonecutter’s family struggling with hunger in Sierra Leone.
Everyday corruption is a shock to the system for Virginia Tognola.
Mike Loewe reports from South Africa on the community fighting to stop Shell from exploration along its wildlife-rich shores.
Leonardo Sakamoto tracks the scandalous rise of hunger in Brazil.
Roxana Olivera reports on the indigenous women who could make legal history by holding a Canadian mining company to account for its operatives overseas.
A decade on from the revolution, and after a succession of chaotic governments, is democracy teetering in Tunisia, asks Francesca Ebel?
Despite mass unemployment and a deep food crisis, Turkmenistan’s image-obsessed president claims poverty does not exist in his country.
DJ Switch, a 13-year-old campaigner for children’s rights and all-round powerhouse, talks with Subi Shah.
Narendra Modi has announced his intention to repeal the contentious agriculture laws unwaveringly resisted by India's farmers for over a year. Navsharan Singh gives the back story to the movement.
Iris Gonzales visits Manila’s largest fish port, where the effects of an international dispute are playing out.